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Israel's five-day Midburn Festival of arts and culture celebration culminates in a burning of the exhibits. The festival is modelled on Nevada's Burning Man Festival.

A art work is seen at the Midburn festival in Israel’s Negev Desert during Israel’s version of Nevada's Burning Man festival.

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A man rides an illuminated bicycle during Midburn, a five day art, dance and music festival, culminating in the burning of their exhibits on the last two nights of the festival.

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Silhouettes of people dancing are reflected on a wall during the Midburn festival in southern Israel.

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A man sleeps in a crib during the Midburn festival.

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A man dances during the 2015 Midburn festival which attracted 6000 Israelis and foreigners for the five day festival.

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An Israeli woman swings in the air during the 2015 Midburn festival in the Negev Desert near the Israeli kibbutz of Sde Boke.

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People play on swings during the Midburn festival in southern Israel.

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A couple dressed in costumes sit inside an iluuminated hut during the 2015 Midburn festival in the Negev Desert.

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People rest during southern Israel’s Midburn festival.

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People in costumes watch as the wooden effigy burns during the 2015 Midburn festival in the Negev Desert.

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